The Citizens of Lone Tree authorized the construction of a new Lone Tree Arts Center in 2008. The new Lone Tree Arts Center (LTAC) is a professional, innovative and environmentally green venue designed by Westlake Reed Leskosky, a leading national designer of performing arts centers. Included in the Arts Center are a grand entry hall event and gallery space; a 500 seat main stage theater with orchestra and balcony seating, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, an orchestra pit, fly space and expertly designed acoustics; and an adaptable 225 seat event hall for intimate performances, events and meetings that opens through a glass wall to a 350 seat outdoor terrace theater. The Arts Center was built on a multi-million dollar parcel of land donated by the developers of the RidgeGate community south of Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree.
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